The FBI special agent admitted in Posner KGB officer and promoter


Vladimir Phosphate: Vladimir Astapkovich / RIA Novosti

FBI special agent Kevin Helson (Kevin Helson) called the Russian TV presenter Vladimir Pozner, a KGB officer. He wrote about this in the testimony in the case was detained in USA Russian women’s Butinai. The document is available on the website of the US Department of justice.

Helson tried to explain the name of one of the letters Butynol on which was written “Second Pozner”. In a footnote, the special agent stated that this correspondence is a Russian journalist.

“I believe that this statement refers to Vladimir Pozner — advocate who worked in the office of disinformation the Soviet KGB and has frequently appeared on Western television channels, to explain the views of the Soviet Union during the cold war,” wrote Hilson.

Posner responded to the accusations of the FBI. He said he really appeared on the screens and worked in the foreign propaganda in USSR state television and radio in international broadcasting. But the journalist has never cooperated with Committee for state security of the USSR. “I was banned for almost 30 years. If I worked for the KGB, I probably would still have traveled around the world,” commented the accusations Posner edition of “the Media”.

July 15, the U.S. detained the Russian Maria Butina suspected illegal lobbying. According to the prosecution, the girl worked for top-ranking officials from Russia without proper registration.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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